Orijen Pet Food
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Orijen is produced by Champion Petfoods, a company founded in 1985 in Canada. The products, including dog and cat food and treats, are designed to be biologically appropriate for pets. The company produces 8 varieties of pet food under the name Orijen and also offers freeze-dried dog food.
Orijen is widely considered an excellent pet food, despite its heftier price. It has won several awards including Pet Food of the Decade by consumer review site Rate It All, and Pet Food of the Year 3 years in a row by the Glycemic Research Institute.
Orijen Quick Facts
Brand line includes: Orijen Puppy, Orijen Puppy Large, Orijen Adult Dog, Orijen 6 Fish Dog, Orijen Regional Red Dog, Orijen Senior Dog, Orijen Cat & Kitten, Orijen 6 Fish Cat, Orijen Regional Red Cat
Where to buy: Latest deals on Orijen dog or cat food — Amazon.com (affiliate link)
Company: Champion Petfoods LP
Headquarters: 11403 186th Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5S 2W6 (Canada)
Contact info: 780-784-0300, email
Has Orijen Ever Been Recalled?
Yes. There was a recall of Orijen cat food in 2008 that was limited to Australia. The problems had to do with irradiation treatment, required under Australian law. The company says the irradiation was never done outside of Australia. This brand has never been recalled in the United States or Canada, according to our research.
List of Orijen Recalls
Cause: Problems with mandatory gamma irradiation, limited to Australia. Several cats fell seriously ill. Announcement: Company alert from Nov. 22, 2008. What was recalled: All Orijen cat food — only in Australia.
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